The authorities have uncovered an Antifa-linked hoard of chemicals, high-explosives, and a mobile bomb factory in Thuringia, Germany, according to local media.
Three quarters of Germans said that Islam does not belong to Germany in a new poll, in direct opposition to recent comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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TEL AVIV — Recent reports of a deterioration in the health of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas set off fears of a political war of succession that could work to the advantage of Hamas, an Arab intelligence source told Breitbart Jerusalem.
JERUSALEM – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party this week marked the 40th anniversary of The Coastal Road massacre – the most lethal terror attack in Israel’s history in which 37 Israelis, including 13 children, were murdered – by honoring the “thunderous souls” of the Palestinian murderers and asserting that the infamous Dalal Mughrabi, who orchestrated the attack, died in a “most spectacular way” by first killing as many Israelis as possible.
The Islamic State terrorist group published photos on its Telegram account showing “child soldiers” executing Afghani soldiers who were purportedly captured by IS during fighting in the Nanajahar region in Afghanistan.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Saturday announced it is expelling 23 British diplomats and threatened further measures in retaliation in a growing diplomatic dispute over a nerve agent attack on a former spy in Britain.
TEL AVIV – A prominent Shiite Iraqi interfaith activist told BBC Arabic earlier this month that the Islamic State terror group’s violence, including beheadings, is “deeply rooted in Islam” and that that makes it “a hundred times more evil.”
The United States Army is developing compact weapons platforms “optimized for fighting in dense urban terrain.”
In advance of his book release, former FBI director James Comey is promoting a coast-to-coast speaking tour about “good, ethical leadership.”
A report surfacing this week claims Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), 31, has blocked his father, King Salman, from seeing his mother for more than two years and has worked to keep them apart throughout his rise to power.
The chancellor of northern Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has reportedly called on U.S. rival China to “play a greater role” in bringing stability to the Middle East.
Communist China is covertly intensifying its military footprint across Africa, reports Voice of America (VOA), echoing recent comments from the top U.S. commander on the continent.
Preparations for the still-unconfirmed meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un are moving ahead, as the South Korean government said on Friday it is working to expedite both a summit with North Korea and a meeting between Trump and President Moon Jae-in. Meanwhile, North Korea’s Foreign Minister was spotted in Sweden, prompting speculation that he was doing advance work for Trump and Kim to meet there.
Despite a frenzied over-reaction that practically nuked Liang Xiangyi off the Internet, the tyrants of Beijing cannot quite make the exasperated reporter in the blue dress disappear.
China is set to exact consequences for individuals who score low in its long-planned “social credit system,” announcing this week that it would begin to ban Chinese citizens from traveling if their social credit score was too low.
Turkish troops fighting to conquer the Kurdish-held region of Afrin in Syria are committing “war crimes” against Yazidis and Christians that mirror the “ethnic cleansing and genocide” in the region at the hands of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), declared a top United Nations envoy.
The semi-autonomous government of Hong Kong on Friday announced plans to impose a three-year jail sentence on anyone who disrespects the Chinese national anthem.
A Palestinian driver hit four Israeli soldiers with his car Friday afternoon, killing an officer and a soldier and seriously injuring the others, outside the Mevo Dotan settlement in the northern West Bank.
A dissident reggaetón artist imprisoned after a Cuban government agent attacked him while using the internet has been placed in solitary confinement in prison and refused to eat or drink water for one week, his mother told the Miami-based news outlet Martí Noticias this week.
Amid widespread reports National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster is expected to lose his job within days, it is instructive to recall the troubling ideology and concerning connections of the man who has been serving in one of the most powerful U.S. national security positions.
A Filipino senator is facing sedition charges for a speech criticizing the country’s strongman, President Rodrigo Duterte.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan railed on Thursday against the modern Turkish language, lamenting that “unpleasant, dull and soulless words” had entered it when Turkish Republic founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk ordered reforms to formalize the Ottoman dialects.
94-year-old dictator Robert Mugabe returned to the spotlight on Thursday, four months after he was removed from the office he held for four decades. Despite an extravagant exit package that guaranteed Mugabe a lifetime of luxury in exchange for his graceful departure, he bitterly criticized the “coup” that swept him from power, denounced his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa as a “disgrace,” and suggested his ouster should be reversed.
With the US announcing cuts in aid money to the Palestinians, one might think the Palestinian Authority would try to cut expenses, but an invoice from a hotel stay by top Palestinian officials this month indicates the exact opposite.
The Vatican under Pope Francis is consolidating its opposition to “gender theory,” the notion that maleness and femaleness can be separated from biological sex, according to veteran Vatican analyst John L. Allen, Jr.
A Honduran migrant has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a plan to blow up a shopping mall in Miami on behalf of the Islamic State
BEIRUT — Syrian government and Russian airstrikes killed at least 46 people in a besieged town outside of Damascus on Friday, while Turkish shelling and attacks on a Kurdish-held town in northern Syria left at least 22 dead there, monitors and officials said.
Internet services in Bali, Indonesia, will be switched off for 24 hours on Saturday to mark Nyepi, an annual “sacred day of reflection,” according to the Guardian.
TEL AVIV — A security delegation from the Palestinian Authority is set to arrive in the Gaza Strip at the orders of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah in order to follow the investigation into an explosion that recently targeted a convoy that included the prime minister and intelligence chief Majed Faraj, a Palestinian source from the Interior Ministry said.
India’s state-run carrier Air India said Friday it will fly over Saudi airspace to Tel Aviv, a move that ends a decades-long Saudi ban on the use of its airspace for flights to Israel.
U.S. military troops in Niger repelled an attack in Niger by Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) jihadists in December, months after the terrorist group ambushed a Green Beret-led team in October, killing four American service members, the Pentagon has acknowledged.
A French judge has issued an arrest warrant for the sister of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman over claims she ordered her bodyguard to attack a worker at her Paris apartment.
A well-known Israeli soccer player from one of the country’s top teams appears in a disturbing sex video that was spreading across social media Thursday morning.
The lethal nerve agent that poisoned a former Russian spy in Salisbury was planted in his daughter’s suitcase before she left Moscow for the UK, sources claim British intelligence now believes.
Failed former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continues to suffer mishaps on her foreign trip to India.
Israel has retained its spot as the 11th happiest country in the world for the fifth year running, according to the United Nations’ annual “World Happiness Report,” published Wednesday.
With Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on the cusp of winning a second term in this month’s election, what’s left of the opposition is reduced to praying he will step aside in four years.
Palestinian groups in the West Bank and Gaza are urging mass protests Friday to mark 100 days since US President Donald Trump announced his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
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The United Nations received pledges Thursday of nearly $100 million in new funding for the UN relief agency for Palestinians after the US slashed its aid, but it is still facing a nearly $350 million shortfall this year.
Like the foreign policy establishment he represented, Rex Tillerson refused to abandon the false belief that nothing can be done without PLO approval.
Writing at the Wall Street Journal, Aruna Viswanatha writes that Peter Schweizer’s new book, “Secret Empires,” reports “that China has worked to gain leverage over powerful American politicians by targeting their families with investment opportunities and business deals.”
U.S. Army Officer and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster had harsh words for Russia and Iran on Thursday at a discussion at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on the ongoing civil war in Syria, saying it is time for “consequences” for the two supporters of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.
According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia will beat NASA to Mars with a mission launching in 2019.